Continuing Activities - Thursdays

Walk-in Flu Clinic
VNA Northwest
every Thursday
607 Bantam Road, Unit F
Bantam, CT 06750

Dance Exercise
9:00-10:30 am
Litchfield Community Center
Thursdays—Dance Exercise I— Standing Core work
 Building strength and cardiovascular health through
movement based in the discipline of dance.
Ballet and jazz that incorporates traditional fitness exercise.
 Please bring a mat. Available at Center if you do not have one.
Cost: $8.00 per class. On-Going, pay as you go.

Blood Pressure Check
9:30-10:30 am
Litchfield Community Center
by Registered Nurse
Cost: Free of charge

Early Bird Café
10:30 am
Oliver Wolcott Library
 Tuesdays & Thursdays
June 27 -August 10, 2017
Join us for the Early Bird Café which will
be open before every Bouncing Baby
and Preschool Storytime sessions!
Drop in and meet us before the session starts to socialize!
Socialize with new friends and neighbors
 and have a chance to talk to Mrs. Shaia.
Light refreshments will be served.
Don't forget to check out some books
either before or after storytime.
Mrs. Shaia is always happy to help
with suggestions of her latest favorites.
Drop in storytimes,
no registration required!

Table Tennis & Wii Bowling
10:45 am-2:00 pm
Litchfield Community Center
Table Tennis is played weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Drop in. New or experienced players welcome! Paddles available.

Preschool Storytime
2-5 year olds
11:00 am
Oliver Wolcott Library
Thursdays, June 29-August 10, 2017
Experience new and classic picture books and flannelboard stories,
learn movement activities, and build pre-literacy skills such as
phonological awareness and comprehension in this educational program.
Stories will be read that encourage participation and comment,
and recall your child’s focus through talking about the books.  

Pre-K Story Time
(ages 2-5)
11:15 am - 12:30 pm
Goshen Public Library
stories, songs, hand-rhymes and craft

Walk-In Blood Pressure Clinic
1:00-3:00 pm
VNA Northwest
607 Bantam Road, Litchfield

The Great Courses
"The Wisdom of History"
2:00-3:30 pm
Litchfield Community Center
Do the lessons passed down to us by history, lessons whose origins
may lie hundreds, even thousands, of years in the past, still have value
for us today? Is Santayana's oft-repeated saying, "Those who cannot
remember the past are condemned to repeat it" merely a way to offer
 lip service to history as a teacher--or can we learn from it?
And if we can, what is it that we should be learning?

36 Lectures include: 30 minutes each
1 Why We Study History
2 WWI and the Lessons of History
3 Hitler's Rise and the Lessons of History
4 WWII and the Lessons of History
5 Is Freedom a Universal Value?
6 Birth of Civilization in the Middle East
7 The Trojan War and the Middle East
8 Ancient Israel and the Middle East
9 Ancient Greece and the Middle East
10 Athenian Democracy and the Empire
11 The Destiny of the Athenian Democracy
12 Alexander the Great and the Middle East
13 The Roman Republic as Superpower
14 Rome of the Caesars as Superpower
15 Rome and the Middle East
16 Why the Roman Empire Fell
17 Christianity
18 Islam
19 The Ottoman Empire and Turkey
20 The Spanish Empire and Latin America
21 Napolean's Liberal Empire
22 The British Empire in India
23 Russia and Empire
24 China and Empire
25 The Empire of Genghis Khan
26 Britain's Legacy of Freedom
27 George Washington as Statesman
28 Thomas Jefferson as Statesman
29 America's Empire of Liberty-Lewis and Clark
30 America and Slavery
31 Abraham Lincoln as Statesman
32 The United States and Empire
33 Franklin Roosevelt as Statesman
34 A Superpower at the Crossroads
35 The Wisdom of History and the Citizen
36 The Wisdom of History and You

The Morris Marketplace
5:00-7:30 pm
South Farms, Morris
21 Higbie Road, Morris
Thursdays, June 22 - September 28 - 5-7:30 pm

Sculpt & Tone
7:00-8:00 pm
Litchfield Community Center
Tuesdays & Thursdays
A strength training class that includes stretching,
abdominal work & muscle isolation for a full body workout.
Instructor: Dean Roberts  
Cost: $8.00 per class
Bring: hand weights, mat or towel.